All In Denver is a nonprofit advocacy organization that believes an equitable city is where all people have the opportunity to prosper and thrive. Formed in 2016 by a group of housing, planning, education and arts
The real estate market in Denver is hot, with home prices continuing to climb and inventory at an all-time low. This is particularly true for condos, as there are very few developers actively building condos in Denver today.
The comforts of home don’t always translate to the office, although Denver-based cybersecurity company Optiv is enticing its locally based remote workers back to the office with a brand-new, state-of-the-art, 75,000-square-foot headquarters. The new location includes many of the comforts of home.
The cost of construction continues to climb around the Denver metro area, constraining development of for-sale housing and limiting most new apartment construction to the luxury space. The overall housing shortage
As we move into the second half of the year, now is an opportune time to consider how multifamily has performed in the opening two quarters of 2018. The combined markets of Denver and Colorado Springs are
As smartphone users and ride-share adopters, participants in the tropes of contemporary society play an important role in catalyzing disruptive innovation. Defined as “an innovation that creates a new market and value network while disrupting an existing market and value network,” society serves as continual witness to how innovations can single-handedly transform industries, systems and, for better or worse, human...
Anticipation is growing among investors about the promise of the so-called opportunity zone program created under The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Pub. L. 115-97, signed into law Dec. 22. The provisions of the act that
In early 2016, HOK was asked a simple question by the U.K. Chapter of CoreNet: “Will co-working impact corporate real estate, and if so how?” That question lead to the October 2016 release of the white paper “Co-working: A Corporate Real Estate Perspective.”
It is obvious the retail apocalypse, led by Amazon and other retail giants taking much of consumers’ shopping online, has left once crowded big-box retail locations noticeably empty, even with many creative promotional
I spend half of my day listening to real estate experts and shopping gurus discuss the death of brick-and-mortar shopping, the demise of the mall and the end of retail as we know it. But I can assure you that, at least